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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

GOP to Target IRS Funding to Starve Health Care Law

Wall Street Journal, IRS Funding A Target In Health-Care Implementation Battle, by Martin Vaughan:

Funding for the IRS could become a battleground in the next Congress as Republicans seek to halt implementation of the new health-care law.

GOP candidates are running on a pledge to repeal that law. But some repeal advocates say a strategy of choking off funding to the IRS and federal health agencies is more politically viable.

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Isn't this the way the English Civil War started?

Posted by: mike livingston | Oct 26, 2010 2:57:23 AM

Whatever happened to the oath to uphold and defend the laws of the US? Not enforcing laws you do not agree with seems like breach of fiducary duty.

Posted by: George W | Oct 26, 2010 10:43:28 AM

Refusing to enforce laws against illegal immigration is a better example of a breach of fiducary duty.

Posted by: Woody | Nov 9, 2010 8:37:33 AM